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LETTER: School health fair’s success a credit to many

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Tell City Junior-Senior High School would like to thank the following individuals, businesses and organizations that attended our health fair Feb. 8:

Betty Cash of Golden Living Center-Lincoln Hills; Debbie Gengelbach of Burris-LeClere; Karen Strahl of Omni Home Care; Bruce DuPont of New Directions; Shelley Poole, Caryn Weiss and Jamie Krzykowski of Perry County Memorial Hospital; Lana Hartz of Oakwood Health Campus; Rachel Berg of Tri-County YMCA; Wendy Alvey of Advanced Rehab; Army Sgt. Kenneth Maynor; Breanne Walsh of Everbody’s; Samantha Ramsey of Big Brothers-Big Sisters; Natalie Bolin of Crisis Connection; Alan Malone and Bryce Hammack of Tell City Police Department; Morgan Hale of Tell City Therapeutic Massage; Krystal Lawalin of Studio 10-01; Tommy Hall of All Blown Up Inflatables; Mary Cassidy of Lincoln Hills Head Start; Mary Straneva of Liberty Lab; Kim Gengelbach of Southern Hills; Jon Day and Chrissy Ash of Welborn Baptist Foundation Heroes Healthy Schools Initiative and the seventh and eighth grades’ Student Wellness Awareness Group Healthy Snack Table. 

We would also like to thank our principals, Brad Ramsey and Chris Hollinden, for the opportunity for our students and staff to participate in healthy activities and promote healthy choices.

Finally, we want to thank our custodians for setting up and cleaning up for the health fair: John Smitson, Joanie Howland, Robin Smitson, Mike Zellers, John Daugherty, Julie Wooldridge, Carla Van Hoosier and Dallas Keilman.

Thank you again.

CHRIS HOLLINDEN, KATIE WEYER, HOLLY RICHARDSON, BRIAN BECKORT, MAURICE HARPENAU, CINDIA RESS, KRISTI GOGEL, SHEILA JAMES, ZACH SCHILLING, TONY HOLLINDEN AND CHRIS PAGE – COORDINATOR.
Tell City Junior-Senior High SchoolWelborn Baptist Heroes Wellness Committee